Service Industries: A Geographical Appraisal
Routledge, 19.12.1985 - 322 Seiten
The first major synthesis of an emerging geography which is undoubtedly changing the way in which academics, planners and policy-makers identify and interpret the spatial development of cities and regions in the 1980s.
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agglomeration banking British business services cent central place theory Chapter classification companies consumer services corporate complexes costs demand developed countries dispersal distribution of service economic activities effects employees establishments example expansion expenditure facilities factors Figure floorspace functions geographical growth headquarters hospitals ibid important income increase individual information technology inner investment labour labourforce less Liverpool location change location of service location patterns location quotients London major manufacturing Merseyside metropolitan areas Newcastle upon Tyne occupations office space operation organizations output policies population producer services proportion public sector regions relative relocation require retail services service activities service employment service firms service industry location service sector shift-share analysis shopping centres significant SMSAs Source spatial Stanback structure suburban Table telecommunications teletext transport trend urban areas variations West Germany West Midlands workers